Enjoy a seamless and comfortable car ride through Fort Collins Collision Repair's reliable suspension repair and maintenance.
Your car’s suspension plays a vital role in ensuring that you have a smooth experience on the road. It absorbs the energy from kinetic impacts and various road bumps. However, just as other things are, it’s susceptible to wear and tear. When it gets damaged, you might experience control issues. This, in turn, can affect your safety on the road.
At Fort Collins Collision Repair, we have the required knowledge, skills, and training to provide suspension repair and maintenance. Our team of highly trained technicians understands the importance of having a well-functioning suspension system. So, we’re here to ensure you’ll able to steer your car with more stability and experience more comfortable handling.
Our Suspension Services
Here at Fort Collins Collision Repair, we offer a broad array of suspension repair and maintenance services, including the following:
Signs Your Car's Suspension Needs Repair and Maintenance
Just like oil changes and tire replacements, having your suspension system checked and maintained regularly is essential to keep your car in good condition. Here are some signs that you have a worn suspension system and need to visit an auto repair shop:
1. Bumpy Ride
A defective strut may cause a bumpier ride than usual. This is a common sign of worn suspension and results in uncomfortable driving. Bring your car to us, and we’ll conduct a road test to identify what needs to be worked on.
2. Squeaking Noise
Another sign of a worn suspension system is repetitive squeaking or clunking noise from under the vehicle. Unusual sounds aren’t a good sign most of the time, so it’s best to have your car’s suspension system checked when you hear squeaking or clunking.
3. Heavy Bouncing Over Bumps
Suspension systems are designed to absorb the energy from imperfect pavements, cracks, and bumps. Once your car starts bouncing excessively over bumps, you might want to have its suspension checked immediately.
4. Leaning Car
Cars are expected to sit flat and level when parked. However, if your car is leaning toward one side, it’s most likely due to issues in its suspension. When this happens, it is best to call for repair services.
Why Choose Fort Collins Collision Repair
With more than two decades of experience, we at Fort Collins Collision Repair take pride in our workmanship. Here’s what makes us stand out from other repair shops:
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Experience steady and smooth driving through our quality suspension repair and maintenance service. Our team is here to answer all your inquiries regarding our suspension system services. Don’t hesitate to contact us to schedule an appointment.
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